Ancient History



Archeologists dig up collections of bones in Kenya dated to two million years ago that indicate that "hominids acquired and processed numerous, relatively complete, small ungulate carcasses" over hundreds of thousands of years showing "persistent carnivory." Also, of note, they point out that midsized heads were collected because they provide lots of fat.

Earliest Archaeological Evidence of Persistent Hominin Carnivory

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Homa Bay, Kenya

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